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The puzzle is to get to this position in only 4 moves. :)
1. Nf3 ... d5 2. Ng5 ...Qe7 3. Ne6 ...Qe6 4. Nd8 ...Qxd8
What about the missing Black knight on g8?
o sry didnt see that
Awesome. I made it on 5 but I didn't see it like that.
But it doesn't make sense. A lot of this puzzles are not for a reasonable game. I saw one with a castle in a end game, but some others are good to think about it :)
1.Nf3 d5 2.Nd4 Nf6 3.Nc6 Nfd7 4.Nxb8 Nxb8
Yup, thats it.
how can you make it in 5 "without seeing it like that"?
haha. I made it before think in replace a knight spot.
oh alain nice, didnt see it like that =)
1. Nf3 d6 2. Ng5 d5 3. Ne6Qd7 4. Nd8 Qxd8
black should only be left with one knight
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